Throw or fold?
Should you fold it neatly or throw it casually? It depends on the look you’re going for and your style personality, says Bronte Chadwick of Baksana. “We love the thrown look on the end of the bed, like a soft relaxing invitation.” To get the casual look, Alex Walls of A&C Homestore suggests unfolding the throw and with one hand, pinching the middle. With your other hand hold one corner that has the hem, tassels or trims you want exposed. Then with one swoop, throw it on the bed. See how it’s done at nzhouseandgarden.co.nz.
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